Our Cultural Districts

OUR SUMMER ISSUE MARKS THE 10th anniversary of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine. We have grown from a full-color, glossy magazine to one that fully integrates print with digital, including our SierraCulture.com website, a custom edition for smartphones, a comprehensive SEO (search-engine optimization) strategy, and social media pages such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. It is […]

“Travel Nevada County” featured in S.F. Chronicle

We worked as a business writer/chief technology writer at The San Francisco Chronicle for 12 years, so we were glad to participate in a special section in The Chronicle promoting Nevada County CA. The stand-alone section will run in the newspaper a week from Sunday (9/18)— and online. Here’s our ad and the “pitch” from […]

A Lake Tahoe “bucket list”: boating, hiking, biking, festivals and more

Here are some things to do this summer in Lake Tahoe: 1 Try stand-up paddle boarding at one of the race series in North Lake Tahoe, including the 10th annual Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival August 12-14 in Kings Beach. 2 View antique and classic wooden boats at the 44th Annual Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance Aug. […]

The Snowball Express

IN THE 1930S, VISITORS TRAVELED from the Bay Area and Sacramento to Truckee on Southern Pacific railroad’s “Snowball Express.” Now our magazine calls the internet the “Snowball Express”—to spread the word about our region’s burgeoning food, wine and beer, and music and arts scene, with a “snowballing effect.” This is one reason we also have […]

Visit SierraCulture.com: Your “go to” guide for summer travel

THE SIERRA FOOTHILLS AND TRUCKEE-TAHOE are home to some of America’s best attractions, and we have a new guide to help you: Our magazine’s new website customized for smartphone reading. Just type into your iPhone or smartphone: SierraCulture.com. The site first prompts users to share their exact location and then provides information on attractions and […]

10 reasons why we built a mobile-friendly website

Editor’s note: We launched our mobile-friendly website in January. Just type www.SierraCulture.com into your iPhone or smartphone. Here are 10 reasons: 1. Mobile now accounts for 10% of internet usage worldwide (this has more than doubled over last 18 months) (The Next Web) 2. 1.08 of the world’s 4 billion mobile phones are smartphones (Source: […]

Visit our new mobile-friendly website

Sierra FoodWineArt magazine launched a new mobile-friendly website geared for travelers to the Sierra Foothills and Northern Sierra during the Bay Area and Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Shows this winter. The shows — among the largest travel shows in the country — drew thousands of people, including speakers such as travel legend Rick Steves […]

Winter family fun at Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE, TRUCKEE AND THE SURROUNDING high country is a winter paradise. The region is home to more than a dozen ski resorts and cross-country ski areas. Other winter activities include snowshoeing, ice skating, sleigh rides and dog sled tours, an adventure of a lifetime. Watch this inspiring video: More information links: Excellent adventures: Skiing, […]

Willie Nelson’s tour bus “Honeysuckle Rose” rolls into Grass Valley

(credit: FoodWineArt magazine)

How Sierra FoodWineArt scooped Sunset magazine in promoting our region!

“Sierra FoodWineArt is a free, quarterly magazine that is a go-to publication for restaurants, wineries, arts and tourism in the Sierra Foothills, Tahoe/Truckee and outlying Sacramento region,” as our website reads. “We also have a companion website called SierraCulture.com that promotes food, wine, art and tourism in the region.” You are familiar with our articles, […]

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